Lil Wayne Praises Eminem For the Recent Collaboration 'Lace It' with Juice WRLD
The exclusive early play of "Lace It" happened over a month ago when Shade 45's DJ Whoo Kid received the track and played it during his interview with none other than Lil Wayne.
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Expressing his appreciation, Lil Wayne acknowledged Eminem's gesture, saying, "Shout out to Eminem, I think he sent me a joint with Juice WRLD. RIP Juice WRLD. So we are going to get into that." DJ Whoo Kid, equally excited about the collaboration, commented, "Em got a joint with Juice WRLD? That’s hard. It’s so cool," to which Wayne responded, "That made me feel awesome… That made me feel good. Em cool for that."
🗣️ “That made me feel awesome.”— The Eminem Bible (@Shadyind) December 20, 2023
— Lil Wayne when told about Eminem & Juice WRLD have a new collab "Lace It". pic.twitter.com/3IykWZCJUj
Eminem's feature on "Lace It" not only received praise from fellow artists but also earned him the coveted Genius' verse of the month crown. This recognition adds to Eminem's list of achievements, marking his second offering of the year. Interestingly, it's also his second time securing the verse of the month crown, with the first instance being for his contribution to Shady Records' newest signee Ez Mil's song "Realest."
This collaboration with Juice WRLD is not the first for Eminem, as they previously joined forces on the 2020 hit "Godzilla," which peaked at number 3 on the US Billboard 200. The seamless chemistry between the two artists and the success of their past collaboration set high expectations for "Lace It."
Eminem's return to the music scene with "Lace It" is met with acclaim and recognition. The Genius' verse of the month crown solidifies his lyrical prowess, and the collaboration with Juice WRLD serves as a poignant tribute to the late artist's legacy.
As fans anticipate more from Eminem in the coming months, "Lace It" stands as a testament to the enduring impact of his musical prowess.